How to have an easier golf swing and better short game with one simple golf tip to alter your set up a tiny bit.

Watch this to start your swing easily

Effortless feeling golf swing that gives consistent iron shots, powerful drives and more confident and better short game technique can be yours! Can a set up adjustment really do all of that to your golf game? Yes indeed it can and I need you to test it out because if you are not already, you should be.

I’m going to show you how you can go from hitting bad shots from chipping, pitching, bunker shots and full drives with your golf swing are so much harder and inconsistent because of one error when it comes to the set up.

How can the angle of your lead foot toes cause so many golf swing faults? A restricted upper body, a slide, an over the top golf swing because of and over-dominant dominant side to your body. And easier golf swings are achieved by flaring the toes out toes and flow will give effortless power and consistency… Instantly

Which golf swing would you prefer? DID YOU SEE THE DIFFERENCE?

Golfers struggle to swing until they do this especially older golfers This is not only applicable to full swings or senior golfers though if you don’t do this you will always struggle with your golf game.

Posting up is needed Dodgy knees athletic Harder on the hips and pelvis Harder rotation Turn left foot out for your simple golf swing set up will help many aspects of your golf game and swing.

Drive Hybrid Iron Pitch Chip Getting through and with the correct angles and flow to compress and strike etc

We are going to help every part of your game from a chip shot.

Pitching, irons and to a longer drive Iron – helps the rotate aspect with the pressure shift to get that ball then turf contact – Helps downward and through shoulder and knee angle.

Alex Fortey from the Art of Simple Golf gives you a simple golf tip to improve your golf swing Enjoy this golf video to help you get closer to having a perfect golf swing.. YOUR perfect golf swing

Let me know if you have any questions and I’ll see you next time.